Pakistani investigators in a report to an anti-terrorism court also corroborated the statement made by Ajmal Amir Kasab, the captured 26/11 terrorist.
The report presented to the court conducting the trial of seven accused, including LeT operations commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, states that there is “sufficient incriminating evidence on record against those arrested for orchestrating the Mumbai attacks.”
The report further said that evidence collected by Pakistani investigators had corroborated the statement made by Ajmal Amir Kasab, the lone attacker arrested in Mumbai.
Pakistani prosecutors and investigators have also categorically stated in the report that almost all the accused belong to the LeT and that the attacks in November 2008 were masterminded by Lakhvi, “Dawn News” reported on Wednesday.
It further said: The accused — in active connivance with one another — planned, trained, aided, abetted and made preparations to carry out deadly terror attacks in Mumbai in 2008, through their co-accused, causing the murder of 166 innocent persons and injury to 304 persons, besides destruction of property in crores of rupees.”
The 61-page report contains the photographs of all the accused, including those who are still at large and have been declared “proclaimed offenders.”